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La Cocina de Bosnia: cultivo y crecimiento

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El amanecer en la Bosnia rural comienza lentamente mientras la luz del sol se asoma a través de las colinas y retazos de nubes se posan sobre los valles. Estamos tomando café en una aldea que queda dos…

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- May 23, 2018
Growing the Bosnian Kitchen: Sustainable Food Systems

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Dawn in rural Bosnia breaks slowly, as the sunlight peeks through hilltops and wisps of clouds settle in the valleys. We’re drinking coffee in a village two hours northwest of Sarajevo, where the morning…

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- Jul 25, 2017
The Growing Importance of Ecofeminism

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In a world of growing pollution, increasing climate change and dramatic biodiversity loss, ecofeminism can offer humans a new lens through we which we can view our role in conservation. These new ideas…

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- Oct 22, 2012
Isle of Lewis: Wind Farm or Bird Sanctuary

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According to a new article published by the BBC, such is the case on the Isle of Lewis. Located in Scotland, Lewis currently boasts to have one of the highest eagle population densities in Europe.

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- Jun 04, 2012
English county creates otter underpass

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Earlier this year officials in Hereforshire County, located in the West Midlands area of England, built an underground passage to help lead otters to the other side of Road A438 safely. Otters crossing…

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- Jun 01, 2012
Allergies and Asthma Could be Related to Biodiversity Loss

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A recent Finnish research study suggests that a decline in biodiversity in the plants, animals and microbes in our daily environment may be linked to rising rates of allergies and asthma.

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- May 20, 2012
Biodiversity Continues to Decrease

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A new study, published in Marine Ecology Progress Series on July 28, shows that while protected areas are increasing throughout the world, they are not adequate to stymie the loss of biodiversity.

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- Sep 28, 2011
Vanishing of the Bees

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One-third of the foods most humans eat are dependent on bees for pollination. Unfortunately, Colony Collapse Disorder is causing bee populations to decline at an alarming rate. Read more about this troubling…

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- Mar 02, 2011